Become a Member

Get access to more than 30 brands, premium video, exclusive content, events, mapping, and more.

Already have an account? Sign In

Become a Member

Get access to more than 30 brands, premium video, exclusive content, events, mapping, and more.

Already have an account? Sign In

Brands

Gear

20 Tri Gifts and Stocking Stuffers Under $30

These small gifts will get a big response.

For access to all of our training, gear, and race coverage, plus exclusive training plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts, and GPS apps, sign up for Outside+.

Buff Multifunctional Headwear

$20, Amazon.com

It’s a headband, ear warmer, neck gaiter, sweatband, insect shield, sunblocker, and more—all in one affordable piece.

Goodr Sunglasses

$25, Amazon.com

In addition to stylish, bounce-free running sunglasses, shopping at Goodr is just plain fun. Their product names (“Flamingos on a Booze Cruise,” for starters) are guaranteed to bring a smile to your weary shopper’s face. 

Kudos Coaster Plus

$20, Kudos2u.com

Give your athlete a place to put their hard-earned victory beer with these cool coaster kits, which let you transform race medals into a tabletop display.

Brooks Run Happy Booster Pom Beanie

$30, Brooksrunning.com

This hat’s bright pom-pom will bring the fun to even the coldest winter runs.

Skratch Labs Gingerbread Cookie Mix

$8.50, Skratchlabs.com

Who says cookies can’t be fuel? The popular sports-nutrition company uses minimally-processed ingredients to create jersey-pocket bites that are nutritionally similar to conventional energy bars.

Moji Mini Pro

$30, Amazon.com

This compact massager is the perfect size for stashing in a tri bag, travel carry-on, office desk, and—yes—Christmas stocking.

Enso Ultralite Silicone Ring

$20, Amazon.com

Hit the pool without worrying about inadvertently leaving your wedding ring at the bottom.

Nathan Reflective Snap Bands

$9, set of two, Amazon.com

In addition to reflectivity for an early-morning run or while bike commuting to work, these high-viz accessories are sure to bring up some fun 80’s slap-bracelet nostalgia.

Hydrapak Soft Flask 500ml

$20, Amazon.com

Unlike hard water bottles, which are a hassle to carry, this soft-sided, leak-proof handheld is easy to stash in a pocket until it’s time to refill. 

Crank Brothers Y12 Multitool

$20, Amazon.com

Everything a rider needs to fix on the fly—including seven hex wrenches, two screwdrivers, and a patch kit—fits into this tiny, lightweight package.

Clif Bar Seasonal Flavors

$22 for 12, Amazon.com

Endurance athletes can’t get enough of these limited-edition holiday flavors, which include pumpkin pie, gingerbread, and peppermint bark.

Sporti Silicone Swim Cap

$5.95, Swimoutlet.com

A fun and festive winter design will make your swimmer the envy of every Masters swim.

RedBubble Stickers

$.99 and up, Redbubble.com

Creative and funny endurance-themed stickers await on this site, where independent artists create designs and logos that can also be printed on everything phone cases to t-shirts. (Our favorite: “Eat Pasta, Run Fasta.”)

Linden & True Coffee

$15.50 and up, Coffeebylt.com

If you can’t be an elite athlete, at least caffeinate like one. The Lindens (Boston Marathon champion Des and top age-group triathlete Ryan) and the Trues (Olympic triathlete Sarah and American 5K record holder Ben) created these small-batch, single-origin coffees to share with their fellow endurance athletes.

SwimSpray Chlorine Removal Spray

$10.19, Swimoutlet.com

Not everyone digs the smell of eau de chlorine. This safe, gentle, and all-natural spray neutralizes chlorine odor and softens skin and hair using vitamin C.

Socrates Woven Performance Socks

$8.99, Goneforarun.com

Give your athletes a pep talk before every run with these colorful socks featuring inspiring messages.

Pace Bands

$8.99, Pacebands.com

If you know someone shooting for a half or full marathon PR in the offseason, these silicone wristbands remove the mental drain of trying to calculate pace.

Dr. Archy Foot Massager

$19, Amazon.com

This slip-on tool massages, supports, and stretches to treat sore feet, heel/arch pain, and plantar fasciitis.

EzyDog Shock Absorbing Handy Leash

$30, Amazon.com

This comfort leash uses a “handy” design to keep the leash secure while running with Fido, while a built-in spring absorbs the shock from spontaneous squirrel chases.

Mad Alchemy Chamois Cream

$15, madalchemy.com

This handcrafted line uses earth-friendly ingredients like beeswax, shea butter, and oils from various plants and herbs to create high-quality chamois creams and other cycling skincare products.